Blake Lively makes her move as the quintessential kick-ass chick in Oliver Stone's gritty Savages
An unexpected media empress makes her move on Hollywood, as What to Expect When You’re Expecting goes big screen
The Killing’s Mireille Enos shows the world her bright side
In a special tribute to the nuances of noir, the best of the genre weighs in on books, bad guys and weapons of choice
Mirror Mirror’s Lily Collins—meet the very real girl behind a fairy-tale role
The actress talks policing on Southland, finding her voice...and maybe not being as tough as nails as her rep
For Gary Oldman, a long-deserved Oscar nomination is nice, but it’s really all about the work
Joking around with George Clooney—no, seriously—as his A-list friends tell tales on his wicked sense of humor
Actress Viola Davis talks Hollywood, humility and digging deep to help others
Surprising stats from the most famous awards show of them all
Arts + ideas: John Dickinson on the block, Richard Diebenkorn back to the future—and Ming Wong’s Chinatown sojourn
Reality reimagined as art, as American Idol stunner Katharine McPhee comes to TV with a Smash
Matinee idols with the mojo to get the girl and break the box office—vote for the greatest, tell us if we missed any
Movies, math and much more: It’s awards time in Los Angeles
A bounty of good tidings, in the form of pages full of art, culture, food and philanthropy
With big roles in The Three Musketeers, Immortals and The Hobbit, the time is now for Luke Evans.
Opinionated in a way only a dyed-in-the-wool Bronx native can be.
From chefs to stars, people are dishing this month. See what’s being served.
Amber Heard is in the driver’s seat onscreen and off, defying expectations at every turn.
A true movie-monster mash. Play the clips, then vote for number one.
Four female faces of film most likely to succeed: Jessica Chastain, Deborah Ann Woll, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Imogen Poots.
Inside the RED Revolution, where one company is changing the way Hollywood makes
She’s got Glee and so much more—a conversation with TV’s queen of mean.
An issue of stars on the rise, classic TV, fall fashion and a true designing diva.
The star of Rescue Me on his series’ contributions and conclusion and the role of Gaelic in his life.
In the realm of art and ideas: an exploration of beauty, classic films in L.A.'s classic theaters...and the dark visions of Tim Burton.
The actress defies Hollywood expectations as a young ingenue through seasoned poise and an almost uncanny range.
First and foremost a scholar in noir, Otto Penzler picks his 10 favorite lines from the best the genre has to offer on the silver screen.
The Oscar-winning actor shares his thoughts on being the Borgia Pope, meeting von Bülow and almost kissing Jacko.
Move over, Ryan and Jake—make way for Hollywood’s leading men to-be. The It factor is pulsating in these guys.
The bestselling author shares the roller coaster of seeing his Lincoln Lawyer go from book to big screen.
Hollywood’s most prolific multihyphenate wants you to know...well, just about everything he’s learned.
A Hollywood icon talks, fashion’s passion, the Lincoln Lawyer’s winding road...and the silver screen’s leading men to-be.
Never underestimate the allure of the English costume drama—a lesson mainstream Hollywood has learned time and again.
With a scope that extends from dark fantasy to tender rom-com, a ravishing ingenue blossoms before our eyes into a leading lady.
We name the silver-screen sirens who drop our jaws—see their iconic scenes, then vote for number one...or say who we shoulda picked.
The dignity of teachers in harsh environments gave this Oscar–winning documentarian his liveliehood—and his purpose.
Oscar season focuses the lens of the world right here—and judging by the images, we are not only beautiful, we’re fashionable.
Yeah, we’re talkin’ to Robert De Niro, the unofficial mayor of Gotham.
Already front and center herself on the big screen, the actress shares her true passion: the transformative power of the arts on young people.
Los Angeles Times critics, writers and contributors share their 2010 moment of transcendence.
With an Emmy, Oscar and Tony behind him, the oh so proper actor stands poised for a second Academy Award, if the buzz surrounding The King’s Speech is on target. He lets us into his world.
Though he entered an industry in which name recognition is paramount, this pentasyllabic-surnamed funnyman went with pride of heritage over the lure of fast-track celebrity.
With 10 films on tap, Milla Jovovich sits down for a Q&A on the perils of 3-D and shedding that “model turned actress” label.
Vintage postcards from Hollywood’s golden age—wish you were here.
Takes a catbird seat at the table of the sure-to-be hilarious Dinner for Schmucks.
Tom Selleck is one of Hollywood's best westerners. Now, with an induction into the Cowboy Hall of Fame, turns out he doesn't just talk the talk.
Being an A-list rapper would surely grease the wheels in a transition to the big screen, right? Turns out it's more of a handicap.
The ArcLight extends its reign over L.A. movie theaters with a new branch in Pasadena.
There's no metropolis more perfect to serve as noir’s backdrop than the frontier’s end—the “last city,” Los Angeles.